Horses grazed during sunrise Thursday on the top of a hill on the Springhouse Farm at Tates Creek and East Hickman Roads near Nicholasville. Central Kentucky had plenty of sunshine in the morning on Groundhog Day.
Horses grazed during sunrise Thursday on the top of a hill on the Springhouse Farm at Tates Creek and East Hickman Roads near Nicholasville. Central Kentucky had plenty of sunshine in the morning on Groundhog Day. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Horses grazed during sunrise Thursday on the top of a hill on the Springhouse Farm at Tates Creek and East Hickman Roads near Nicholasville. Central Kentucky had plenty of sunshine in the morning on Groundhog Day. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

A gentle Groundhog Day

February 02, 2017 05:45 AM

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